I had an older Air comp. with a bigger but damaged tank, and i bolted this electrc. motor and pump to the little smaller but no problem Newer Tank (campell also) this one have a worn cylinder, everything works Good now ,But the Auto Shut-off switch does not activate, is the sensor inside the Tank ?How can i find a Diagram?
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Check make sure gas is going to unit if yes check to see if smaller motor comes on this is for flue pipe check if egnighhter is sparking .if you have gas and fan runs must likely is egnighter.also make sure flue pipe isnot clogged this will also shut you down
ZOOM SPOUT OILER IS YOUR BEST FRIEND HERE, SOME OLDER MOTORS HAVE LITTLE CAPS ON THE END BELLS OF TH MOTOR YOU CAN REMOVE AND DRIP OIL INTO , BUT THOSE ARE RARE MOST ALL NEW MOTORS NEED TO BE TAKEN APART TO OIL. TAKES SOME TIME BUT WELL WORTH IT !! CUZ MOTORS AINT CHEAP ! JAY THE POOL PUMP GUY IN LONGWOOD FL
Hi, this sounds and is showing a classic case of your motor overheating and slowing down until it shuts off on its overload. These fans collect a lot of dust that gets into the motor windings, and will cause the motor to burn out. By turning it off for that amount of time gives the motor time to cool and reset the overload. You might try covering up everything in the area of the fan and if you have a vac/shop vac that will blow, try cleaning all of the dust and dirt out of the motor. What will happen, is the motor will burn out soon. Hopefully, no damage has been done to the windings as of yet, but it would be worth to get a shop vac, air tank that's refillable at your auto parts store with a nozzle and hose for around $18. If you have a Harbor Freight Tool supply in your city, you can get a tank very cheap. This I would try. If it continues, the fan will quit on you and never start up again. The tank will come in handy for airing up car, bike tires, balls, ect. around the house, so its worth the $$$$. I wish you the best, and hope this has helped you. Please rate me as you feel is suitable. Sincerely, Shastalaker7
Do you mean refrigeration lines? In general the bigger line of the two should be cold and the smaller line should be warm to touch. Depends on what the ambient temperature is outside. If it is cold outside the little line or liquid line will be cold. And if both lines are Hot you either have a heat Pump or the Valves are out of the Compressor. Will need more information on your problem.
Louis, The cooling does not come from the volume of water running over the pads. It cools by cooling the air passing through the wet pads. So, Yours is an impeccably logical argument that leads to a false conclusion. Bigger is not better in this caThe fishy smell is from the matting (pads) when kept saturated, Molds and algae will form if there is too much water also.. Best you get the original size pump Good luck and stay cool - Ned
i think the problem is when the demand for gas to the main burner is applied it robs too much gas from the pilot which causes the safety device to shut down the gas until the pilot is hot enough to open the main burner supply again. look for dirt or spider webs where the gas comes out for the pilot if none is found and there is no adjusting screw for the pilot flame then disassemble the pilot assembly and stick a needle inti the orfice where the gas comes out which will make the pilot flame a little bigger.
Oh, the compressor motor's borked or overworked and overheating, or its capacitor failed short (perhaps the motor is shutting off from thermal shutdown...but you get to find out whether that's so. Be safe.) Alternately the temperature sensors have gone touchy on you. Once you gently vacuum it clean, try keeping incandecent bulbs in series with the compressor to get an idea of how loaded that thing is as it runs for those 5 minutes or so; the load might change more than you expect, just pay attention. Hopefully you won't have to replace the compressor or motor; but it's doable if you're a certified technician with like equipment (so you can handle the refrigerant decently.) Most shops will streamline a bunch of similar jobs together to cut the waste and setup time. Bigger conditioners are so much more efficient than little ones...syndicate the A/C?